Air Jordan 18 (XVIII) Original (OG) – White / Varsity Red
|Model:||Air Jordan , Air Jordan 18 (XVIII)|
|Colorway:||White / Varsity Red|
|Release Date:||Air Jordan Release Dates|
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The Air Jordan 18 (XVIII) Original (OG) – White / Varsity Red were released on August 9, 2003, and retailed for $175. They feature an all white leather upper with red accents including the sole and inner lining, as well as chrome accents on the Jumpman logo and lacing eyelets. The Air Jordan 18 (XVIII) appears virtually seamless, besides the visible bold stitching above the midsole. The shoe was designed by Tate Kuerbis, and is modeled after the sleek lines of the Lamborghini Murcielago,carbon fiber-based monocoque of F1 race cars, Race car driving shoes (rubber heel wrap) and Fine Italian dress shoes (bold stitching on the soles). An interesting feature which no one really ever talks about are the wing flaps towards the back of the side panel which provide ventilation to the foot, and truly helps the Lamborghini Murcielago inspiration come to life. Other features include a hidden quick lace system, carbon comfort plate, air vents, steel capped laces, full length Zoom Air insoles, as well as a second unit at the heel. They are great for basketball as they are highly comfortable and provide great traction.